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PEOPLE v. LEE

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
In a murder trial, a witness, who recanted an earlier statement made because the police threatened to charge him with the crime, has been coerced, and...
01/28/2002 B140904

JABRO v. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY

California Court of Appeal
Evidence
Before a trial court may enter an order allowing discovery of financial condition information under Civil Code section 3295, subdivision (c), it must...
01/28/2002 D038757

CROWELL v. DOWNEY COMTY HOSP. FOUND.

California Court of Appeal
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Health Law
Parties to an arbitration agreement may not agree that an arbitration award is subject to judicial review to determine whether the award is supported...
01/28/2002 B148291

FRAZEE v. SEELY

California Court of Appeal
Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Family Law, Legal Malpractice
In a suit for professional malpractice against attorneys, a court-s refusal to grant plaintiff a continuance to oppose a motion for summary judgment...
01/25/2002 G025981

HAYNES v. FARMERS INS. EXCH.

California Court of Appeal
Contracts, Insurance Law
An insurance clause, positioned at the end of a forty page policy, which limited the amounts of insurance below the stated policy limits and was...
01/24/2002 G028171

PEOPLE v. BRACH

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Because defendants did not contest at trial the application of "erradication expenses" for their marijuana crops, under Health and Safety Code Section...
01/24/2002 C037369

CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH v. THE PETERSEN LAW FIRM

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law, Government Law
Where a city and its employees are sued in tort, the city is not obligated to provide its employees with a separate defense, even if there exist...
01/24/2002 E029742

PEOPLE v. MARTINEZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A defendant who unlawfully entered a house and used soap, shampoo and hot water in a shower has an intent to commit a larceny.
01/24/2002 D036728

WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK v. SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (GUILFORD)

California Court of Appeal
Banking Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Civil Code section 2948.5 does not prohibit a lender from charging interest on a home loan prior to the close of escrow in those instances where the...
01/24/2002 B151669

PEOPLE v. CERVANTES

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The One Strike law, Pen. Code, Section 667.61, and the Three Strikes law, Pen. Code, Sections 667, subds. (b)-(i) & 1170.12, subds. (a)-(d), are...
01/24/2002 B145387
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